Despite supporters of outgoing President Donald Trump breaching  and vandalizing the U.S. Capitol, Congress confirmed Joe Biden’s 2020 Electoral College victory.

Leading up to the vote, several members of Congress, led by U.S. Sen. Josh Hawley and Alabama U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, vowed to object to the certification in an attempt to subvert the election results.

Although some members eventually backed off, including U.S. Sen. Kelly Loeffler, nearly half of the Southern delegation cast a vote to object to the election’s outcome.

Out of 130 Southern House representatives and senators, 59 voted to overturn the election results on the same day of the riot.

The House of Representatives’ votes varied by state, with many votes to overturn the results coming from outside of the South. But, the Senate votes to overturn the election came entirely from the South, Kansas and Wyoming.

Here is a complete list of House and Senate delegates from the South and how they voted. If you would like to share you thoughts on the vote, head over to our Instagram to engage with other Reckoners.

Senate

Alabama: 

Richard Shelby, R – YEA

Tommy Tuberville, R – NAY

Mississippi:

Roger F. Wicker, R – YEA

Cindy Hyde-Smith, R – NAY

Louisiana:

Bill Cassidy, R – YEA

John Kennedy, R – NAY

Arkansas: 

John Boozman, R – YEA

Tom Cotton, R – YEA

Tennessee: 

Lamar Alexander, R – YEA

Marsha Blackburn, R – YEA

Kentucky: 

Mitch McConnell, R – YEA

Rand Paul, R – YEA

Virginia: 

Mark Warner, D – YEA

Tim Kaine, D – YEA

North Carolina: 

Richard Burr, R – YEA

Thom Tillis, R – YEA

South Carolina: 

Lindsey Graham, R – YEA

Tim Scott, R – YEA

Georgia: 

Kelly Loeffler, R – YEA

Florida: 

Rick Scott, R – YEA

Marco Rubio, R – YEA

The House

Alabama: 

Jerry Carl, R – NAY

Barry Moore, R – NAY

Mike Rogers, R – NAY

Robert Aderholt, R – NAY

Mo Brooks, R – NAY

Gary Palmer, R – NAY

Terri Sewell, D – YEA

Arkansas: 

Rick Crawford, R – NAY

French Hill, R – YEA

Steve Womack, R – YEA

Bruce Westerman, R – YEA

Florida: 

Matt Gaetz, R – NAY

Neal Dunn, R – NAY

Kat Cammack, R — NAY

John Rutherford, R – NAY

Al Lawson, D – YEA

Michael Walts, D – YEA

Stephanie Murphy, D – YEA

Bill Posey, R – NAY

Darren Soto, D – YEA

Val Demings, D – YEA

Daniel Webster, R – NAY

Gus Bilirakis, R – YEA

Charlie Crist, D — YEA

Kathy Castor, D – YEA

Scott Franklin, R – NAY

Vern Buchanan, R – YEA

Gregory Steube, R – NAY

Brian Mast, R – NAY

Byron Donalds, R – NAY

Alcee Hastings, D – YEA

Lois Frankel, D – YEA

Ted Deutch, D – YEA

Debbie Schultz Wasserman, D – YEA

Frederica Wilson, D – YEA

Mario Diaz-Balart, R – NAY

Carlos Gimenez, R – NAY

Maria Elvira Salazar, R – YEA

Georgia: 

Buddy Carter, R – NAY

Stanford D. Bishop, JR., D – YEA

Drew Ferguson, R – YEA

Henry C. “Hank” Johnson, D – YEA

Nikema Williams, D – YEA

Lucy McBath, D – YEA

Carolyn Bourdeaux, D – YEA

Austin Scott, R – YEA

Andrew Clyde, R – NAY

Jody Hice, R – NAY

Barry Loudermilk, R – NAY

Rick Allen, R – NAY

David Scott, D – YEA

Majorie Taylor Greene, R – NAY

Kentucky: 

James Comer, R – YEA

Brett Guthrie, R – YEA

John Yarmuth, D – YEA

Thomas Massie, R – YEA

Harold Rogers, R – NAY

Andy Barr, R – YEA

Louisiana: 

Steve Scalise, R – NAY

Cedric Richmond, D – YEA

Clay Higgins, R – NAY

Mike Johnson, R – NAY

Luke Letlow, R – YEA

Garret Graves, R – NAY

Mississippi: 

Trent Kelly, R – NAY

Bennie Thompson, D – YEA

Michael Guest, R – NAY

Steven Palazzo, R – NAY

North Carolina: 

G.K. Butterfield, D – YEA

Deborah Ross, D – YEA

Gregory Francis Murphy, R – NAY

David Price, D – YEA

Virginia Foxx, R — NAY

Kathy Manning, D – YEA

David Rouzer, R – NAY

Richard Hudson, R – NAY

Dan Bishop, R – NAY

Patrick McHenry, R – YEA

Madison Cawthorn, R – NAY

Alma Adams, D – YEA

Ted Budd, R – NAY

South Carolina: 

Nancy Mace, R – YEA

Joe Wilson, R – NAY

Jeff Duncan, R – NAY

William Timmons, R – NAY

Ralph Norman, R – NAY

James Clyburn, D – YEA

Tom Rice, R – NAY

Tennessee: 

Diana Harshbarger, R – NAY

Tim Burchett, R – NAY

Chuck Fleischmann, R – NAY

Scott DesJarlais, R – NAY

Jim Cooper, D – YEA

John Rose, R – NAY

Mark Green, R – NAY

David Kustoff, R – NAY

Steve Cohen, D – YEA

Virginia: 

Robert Wittman, R – NAY

Elaine Luria, D – YEA

Robert Scott, D – YEA

Donald McEachin, D – YEA

Bob Good, R – NAY

Ben Cline, R – NAY

Abigail Spanberger, D – YEA

Don Beyer, D – YEA

Morgan Griffith, R – NAY

Jennifer Wexton, D – YEA

Gerald Connolly, D – YEA

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